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2 SCHOOL OF Nursing Peggy Gerard, Dean Undergraduate Nursing Program 219/ , 800-HI-PURDUE, ext. 2814, Gyte Annex, Room 138 Graduate Nursing Program 219/ , 800-HI-PURDUE, ext. 2815, Gyte Annex, Room 138 Undergraduate Degree Programs Bachelor of Science Degree, Nursing Professional Option BS/RN Completion Option Accelerated BS to MS Option Accelerated Second Degree BS Option Graduate Level Programs Master of Science Degree, Nursing Master s Level Nursing Education Certificate Program Master s Level Family Nurse Practitioner Certificate Program All programs are accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC). Career Opportunities Graduates of the School of Nursing may work as registered nurses in hospitals, long-term care facilities, outpatient centers and a variety of community settings. Students who earn advanced degrees may pursue careers as clinical nurse specialists in adult health or critical care nursing, nurse practitioners in family health nursing, nurse educators, nurse administrators and more. 132

3 School of Nursing Peggy S. Gerard, Dean. Faculty: R. Alexander (Emeritus); M. Block; L. Buechley (Emeritus); M. Cahn; Joan Dorman; M. G. Engle (Emeritus); R. Faur (Emeritus); R. Fife; K. Fontaine; R. M. Givens (Emeritus); L. Hopp; D. Huffman; D. Kark; P. Kelly-Heidenthal (Emeritus); M. Marthaler; E. McGuire (Emeritus); L. Miskovich-Riddle; E. Moore; C. Moredich; K. Nix; L. Orlich (Emeritus); H. M. Plawecki; C. Reid; L. Rittenmeyer; G. Smokvina (Emeritus); S. Schmidt; J. Stryczek (Emeritus); J. Tazbir; M. A. Thomas (Emeritus); Georgia Van Wormer; J. Walker; B. Watts (Emeritus); S. Weber Buchholz; G. Wegner; V. Wilkes; Rose Zahara-Such Nursing Advisor: Kathleen Galovic Nursing Resource Center Coordinator: Carol Magliola Coordinator Instructional Design: Jill Ullmann The SCHOOL OF NURSING, offers innovative program options to meet the professional needs of students for entry into nursing or for advanced preparation. The undergraduate program offerings are: Bachelor of Science Option, Accelerated Second Degree B.S.Option, B.S.-R.N. Completion Option, and Accelerated B.S. to M.S. Option. Beginning Baccalaureate Degree students in nursing are prepared to begin their careers as entry-level registered nurses; both degrees leads to eligibility for State Board examination for licensure as a registered nurse. The Baccalaureate Completion option is designed to prepare a nurse generalist to provide comprehensive nursing care for people of all ages within a variety of health care settings. In addition, the degree provides academic preparation for advanced degrees in Nursing. The Master s level program prepares clinical nurse specialists in Adult Health or Critical Care nursing and nurse practitioners in Family Health Nursing; students make take electives in teaching, administration, and/or research. Two master s level certificate programs in Nursing Education and Family Nurse Practitioner practice are also available. The graduate program has a strong clinical emphasis and prepares graduates for diverse leadership roles in clinical practice. All programs are accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC). Throughout the programs, various part-time and full-time employment opportunities are available in local health care agencies giving students work experience that relates to their university studies. Flexible schedules allow students to pursue programs part-time and full-time. These are university programs, with students sharing in the social and cultural aspects of college life, while developing their potential as persons, citizens, and nurses. Admission to nursing programs is competitive and is determined by program admission committees in the School of Nursing. Special requirements for admission and progression are available through the School. Programs Undergraduate Bachelor of Science, Nursing ~ Professional Option ~ Accelerated Second Degree B.S. Option ~ BS/RN Completion Option ~ Accelerated BS to MS Option Graduate Master of Science, Nursing Master s level Nursing Education certificate program Master s level Family Nurse Practitioner certificate program 133

4 134 Admission Requirements Undergraduate Options Admission Requirements to the Undergraduate Program (leading to the RN) for Bachelor s Professional Option Applicants. The applicant must be officially accepted by the University before his or her application can be considered for admission to the School of Nursing. Application forms for admission to the University must be obtained from the Office of Admissions, Lawshe Hall, Purdue University Calumet, Hammond, IN, If the applicant has previously attended Purdue University Calumet, but has not been enrolled for three semesters or longer, he/she must make reapplication to the University Admissions Office. Admissions are once yearly for the Fall semester and applications must be completed by February 1st. This is a limited enrollment program. Admission is competitive. Applicants are considered on the basis of test scores, prior academic achievement and spac available. When more qualified applicants than openings are available, applicants will be ranked by the Undergraduate Nursing Admission, Progression and Graduation Committee. The best qualified applicants will be admitted. If you have any questions please see your advisor. The following admission criteria must be submitted to the Office of Admissions: 1. Application to the Undergraduate Degree Program in Nursing 2. High School transcript or high school equivalence credentials; the applicant with a GED must complete 9 hours of University credit or have a SAT composite of 900 or above before they will be considered for admission. 3. Post-high school transcripts. 4. SAT/ACT scores 5. Criminal background check clearance (Information about testing to be obtained from School of Nursing). EACH APPLICANT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR SUBMITTING THE ABOVE ADMISSION CRITERIA. CONSIDERATION FOR ADMISSION WILL NOT BE GIVEN UNLESS ALL RECORDS ARE RECEIVED IN THIS DEPARTMENT BY THE DEADLINE DATE. 1. BEGINNING STUDENTS (students who have not attended any college/university) A. Rank at, or above, 65th percentile class rank and SAT/ACT scores 900 or higher, (or equivalent English/Mathematics Placement Test Scores). B. Meets following high-school subject matter: English 6 sem. Algebra 2 sem. Geometry* 2 sem. Chemistry 2 sem. Biology 2 sem. Add l. Lab Science 2 sem. (Biology, Physics, Anatomy and Physiology recommended) *May substitute additional laboratory science Note: Applicants who do not meet the Nursing admission requirements but do meet general university requirements will be admitted to Center for Student Achievement. 2. Change of Degree, Transfer, or Second Degree Students Eligibility for admission by the Nursing Admission, Progression and Graduation Committee is determined by the following minimum criteria: A. Minimum 2.5/4.0 cumulative grade point average is required in 12 semester credit hours of required courses from the undergraduate nursing curriculum plan. B. The required twelve semester credit hours must include a minimum of six (6) semester credit hours of laboratory science with a minimum 2.0 (C) grade in each course. C. Required non-science courses must be taken from the following: English 104-English Composition, (or its equivalent); CDFS 210-Introduction to Human Development, and Psychology Elementary Psychology. Required science courses must be taken from the following: Chemistry General Chemistry; Biology Human Anatomy and Physiology, Biology Human Anatomy and Physiology II; Biology Introduction to Microbiology (or equivalencies). D. All required courses must have a grade of 2.0 (C) or better. E. A grade of less than 2.0 in any three (3) prerequisite courses required in the Undergraduate Nursing Curriculum Plan of Study will result in ineligibility for admission F. A student may repeat a maximum of two (2) required courses, one time only. G. Laboratory science courses for non-rn students need to have been completed within ten (10) years of beginning the undergraduate nursing program. H. Nursing students transferring from another nursing program must submit a letter of good standing from the Dean or designee of the previous program to the Chair, Undergraduate Nursing Admission, progression and Graduation Committee. I. To be eligible for admissions, a degreed college graduate seeking admission into nursing must have a cumulative grade point average of 2.5/4.0 in the prior degree. Applicants who have been admitted to the School of Nursing will be required to submit a record of a comprehensive physical examination completed within the last 12 months, current immunizations, annual PPD or chest x-ray, and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Certification prior to registration. Malpractice insurance purchased through the University is required upon enrollment in the first clinical nursing course.

5 Admission Requirements for the ACCELERATED SECOND DEGREE IN NURSING OPTION Purdue University Calumet School of Nursing offers an accelerated program for non-nurses who possess a minimum of a baccalaureate degree in another discipline. This intense and innovative program is designed specifically for full time, academically talented students, who are mature critical thinkers and motivated to earn a BS degree in nursing in a shortened time frame. Students who have a bachelor's degree in another major that are not interested in a full time program or do not meet the admission requirements are encouraged to meet with the nursing academic advisor and explore their options in the traditional program. Admission Requirements: The successful applicant will: 1. have a minimum of a baccalaureate degree in any major from an accredited institution. 2. have a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 from prior baccalaureate and/or graduate program. 3. have a minimum grade of C or better in all prerequisite courses. 4. provide an essay outlining personal goals and objectives. Entrance Requirements: 1. Complete all OSHA requirements prior to enrollment. 2. Meet with the nursing academic advisor. Admission Prerequisites: Human Anatomy and Physiology* 6-8 credit hours (lab recommended) Microbiology* 4 credit hours (lab recommended) Computer Information Technology* 3 credit hours Statistics 3 credit hours Nutrition 3 credit hours Growth and Development 3 credit hours (must be across the entire life span) English Composition 3 credit hours Behavioral Sciences 6 credit hours Humanities 3 credit hours Note: Sciences (Anatomy and Physiology, Microbiology and Computer/Information Technology) may not be older than 10 years. Note: Simply meeting the above requirements does not guarantee admission to the Nursing Program. All applicants to Nursing are reviewed and the best qualified are admitted. Enrollments are limited. 135

6 136 Bachelor of Science Degree Requirements (124 credits) 1. Nursing NUR 181 NUR 192 NUR 274 NUR 188 NUR 294 NUR 196 NUR 197 NUR 282 NUR 283 NUR 286 NUR 287 NUR 320 NUR 384 NUR 388 NUR 390 NUR 391 NUR 392 NUR 393 NUR 394 NUR 397 NUR 482 NUR 284 NUR 285 NUR 415 NUR 486 NUR 485 NUR 488 NUR 498 Ethos I Foundations of Nursing Essn. Pharmacokinetics for Nursing Found. of Physical Assessment Essn. Pharmacotherapeutics for Nursing Found. of Psychosocial Nursing Practicum I Adult Nursing I Practicum II Mental Health Nursing Mental Health Nurs. Practicum Conceptual and Theoretical Thinking in Nursing Concepts of Role Development in Professional Nursing Nursing of Aggregates Role Development: Research Professional Ethics Adult Nursing 1l Practicum III Role Development: Health Teaching Chronic Health Problems in the Aged and Disabled Leadership and Management in Professional Nursing Maternal Child Nursing Maternal Child Nursing Practicum Pathophysiology Community Health Nursing Community Health Nurs. Practicum Prof. Nurse Practicum Preparation Prof. Nurse Practicum 2. Science and Mathematics BIOL 213 Human Anat. and Phys. BIOL 214 Human Anat. and Phys. BIOL 221 Intro. to Microbiology CHM 119 General Chemistry 3. Humanities and Social Sciences PSY 120 Elementary Psychology CDFS 210 Introduction to Human Development F&N 303 Essentials of Nutrition 4. English ENGL 104 ENGL 105 English Comp. I English Comp. II 5. Other Required Electives BHS 201 Statistical Methods for the Beh. Sciences ECON 462 Economics of Healthcare 6. Electives As approved by advisor in: Communication (3 credits) Computer Info. Systems (3 credits) Philosophy (3 credits) Humanities (3 credits) RN to BS-RN/BS Completion Degree Requirements (124 credits) Admission Requirements for the RN/BS Completion Option in Nursing The Registered Nurse preparing for admission in the Baccalaureate Completion Program at Purdue University Calumet must meet the following criteria to be considered for admission: 1. The applicant must be officially accepted by the university before his or her application can be considered for admission to the School of Nursing. 2. Successful completion of an Associate Degree or Diploma program in Nursing. 3. Licensure as a Registered Nurse in Indiana. Students who must obtain Indiana licensure must contact the Indiana State Board of Nursing at: Health Professions Bureau (Attn: Indiana State Board of Nursing) 402 W. Washington Street, Room W066 Indianapolis, Indiana Phone: Fax: Minimum GPA of 2.5/ Completion of 62 semester credit hours of lower division courses. 6. Students who are admitted to the School of Nursing must provide a copy of a physical examination performed within the last 12 months, current immunizations, CPR certification, annual PPD or chest x-ray prior to registration. Malpractice insurance purchased through the university is required upon enrollment in the first clinical nursing course. Note: Enrollments are limited and students are selected based on their academic qualifications. 1. Lower Division Prerequisite Courses Associate Degree in Nursing can transfer a maximum of 62 credit hours from their Associate Degree Program. These credit hours include: *Science (17 cr.) Anatomy and Physiology (8 cr.) Chemistry (3 cr.) Microbiology (4 cr.) Pharmacology, Math or Add'l. Science (2 cr.) *Humanties/Social Sciences (12 cr.) Intro. to Psychology (3 cr.) English Composition I (3 cr.) Growth and Development, Sociology, Child Psychology, Nutrition, or other Social Science Course.

7 *Elective (3 cr.) History, Political Science, Philosophy, Arts, or any other course (3 cr.) *Nursing (30 cr.) Transfer Credit Diploma-prepared Registered Nurses can transfer 30 hours of nursing credits without additional testing and other college credit applicable to the Bachelor of Science Degree with a major in Nursing. Individualized advising based on previous course work, certification and practice experience is done to facilitate students progression through the program. 2. Upper Division Requirements: A. Nursing NUR 320 Conceptual and Theoretical Thinking in Nursing NUR 384 Concepts of Role Development in Professional Nursing NUR 388 Nursing of Aggregates NUR 390 Role Development: Research NUR 391 Professional Ethics NUR 394 Role Development: Health Teaching NUR 397 Chronic Health Problems in the Aged and Disabled NUR 415 Pathophysiology NUR 482 Role Development: Ldrshp/Mgmt. NUR 486 Community Health Nursing NUR 485 Community Health Nurs. Practicum NUR 488 Prof. Nurse Practicum Preparation NUR 498 Prof. Nurse Practicum B. Other Required Courses BHS 201 Stat. Methods for the Beh. Sciences ENGL 105 English Composition II ECON 462 Economics of Healthcare 3. Electives As approved by advisor in: Communication (3 credits) Computer Info. Systems (3 credits) Philosophy (3 credits) Humanities (3 credits) 4. Other Electives (6 credits) 137

8 ACCELERATED SECOND DEGREE IN NURSING OPTION Fall Semester NUR 188 Assessment and Health Promotion 3 cr NUR 192 Foundations of Nursing 2 cr NUR 196 Psychosocial Nursing 2 cr NUR 197 Practicum I 2 cr NUR 320 Conceptual and Theoretical Thinking in Nursing 3 cr NUR 415 Pathophysiology 3 cr 15 cr Spring Semester NUR 282 Adult Nursing I 4 cr NUR 283 Practicum II 2 cr NUR 286 Mental Health Nursing 3 cr NUR 294 Essential Pharmacotherapeutics for Nursing 3 cr NUR 390 Nursing Research 3 cr NUR 391 Nursing Ethics 2 cr 17 cr Summer Semester NUR 392 Adult Nursing II 3 cr NUR 393 Practicum III 2 cr NUR 399 Gerontological Nursing 1 cr NUR 482 Leadership and Management in 2 cr Professional Nursing 8 cr Fall Semester NUR 284 Nursing of Woman, Newborns and Children 5 cr NUR 285 Nursing of Woman, Newborns and Children Practicum 2 cr NUR 485 Community Health Practicum 3 cr NUR 486 Community Health Nursing 3 cr NUR 498 Professional Nurse Practicum 3 cr 16 cr 138

9 RN to MS Accelerated Bachelor s to Master s Program in Nursing (159 credits) Admission Requirements for the Accelerated BS to MS in Nursing Option Admission Requirements 1. A graduate of an NLN accredited program in nursing. 2. Eligibility for Registered Nurse Licensure in the State of Indiana. 3. A minimum undergraduate cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale, (the equivalent of a B average). 4. Completion of 80 credits of prerequisite courses. Note: Diploma prepared Registered Nurses can transfer 30 hours of nursing credits without additional testing and other college credit applicable to the Accelerated Bachelor to Master's in Nursing Degree. Individualized advising based on previous course work, certification and practice experience is done to facilitate students' progression through the program. Prerequisite courses (80 credits) are: *SCIENCE REQUIREMENTS 23 credit hours BIOL 213 Human Anatomy and Physiology (4 cr. hrs) BIOL 214 Human Anatomy and Physiology (4 cr. hrs) BIOL 221 Intro. to Microbiology (4 cr. Hrs) CHM 119 General Chemistry (3 cr. hrs) Pharmacology, Math or additional Science Elective (2 cr. hrs) Nursing/Science Elective (3 cr. hrs) Computer Information Systems Elective (3 cr. hrs) *ENGLISH REQUIREMENTS 6 credit hours ENGL 104 English Composition I (3 cr. hrs) ENGL 105 English Composition II (3 cr. hrs) *COMMUNICATION 3 credit hours *PHILOSOPHY 3 credit hours *HUMANITIES/SOCIAL SCIENCES REQUIREMENTS 12 credit hours Elementary Psychology (3 cr. hrs) Humanities Elective(3 cr. hrs) Nutrition, or other Social Science, Humanities, or Foreign Language (3 cr. hrs) Humanities Elective (3 cr. hrs) *FREE ELECTIVE 3 cr hrs *NURSING (LOWER DIVISION) 30 credit hours Special Progression Requirements Maintenance of 3.0/4.0 GPA Special Graduation Requirements Minimum grade of B in all core and specialty required master s level nursing courses. DEGREE REQUIREMENTS Bachelor s Level Courses (31 credits) 1. Nursing NUR 381 NUR 384 NUR 388 NUR 390 NUR 391 NUR 394 NUR 396 NUR 398 NUR 482 NUR 486 NUR 487 NUR 497 Ethos III Transitions to Prof. Nursing Nursing of Aggregates Role Development: Research Prof. Ethics Role Development: Health Teaching Rehabilitation Nursing (first 8 weeks) Gerontologicial Nursing (last 8 weeks) Role Development/Ldrshp.Management Community Health Nursing Community Health Nurs. Practicum I Community Health Nursing Practicum II (Students complete five to seven credit hours of Master s Nursing Courses in final semester of baccalaureate program.) 2. Other Required Courses BHS 201 Stat. Methods for the Beh. Sciences ECON 462 Economics of Health Care Master s Level Courses (45 credits) 1. Advanced Practice Nursing Core Courses NUR 500 Theoretical Constructs in Nursing NUR 501 Foundations of Advanced Practice Nursing NUR 502 Pharmacotherapeutics in Advanced Practice Nursing NUR 503 Advanced Health Assessment NUR 505 Sociocultural Influences on Health NUR 507 Physiologic Concepts for Advanced Practice Nursing NUR 510 Nursing Research NUR 511 Concepts and Applications of Health Promotion for Advanced Practice Nursing NUR 527 Ethics for Advanced Practice Nursing NUR 655 Seminar in Advanced Practice Nursing NUR 656 Health Care Organization, Policy and Economics 2. Specialty Courses Clinical Nurse Specialist Option Choose A or B A. Critical Care Nursing NUR 602 Critical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist I NUR 603 Critical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist Practicum I NUR 630 Critical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist II NUR 635 Critical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist Practicum II NUR 659 Critical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist Practicum III: Clinical Synthesis 139

10 140 B. Adult Health Nursing NUR 600 Adult Health Clinical Nurse Specialist I NUR 601 Adult Health Clinical Nurse Specialist Practicum I NUR 618 Adult Health Clinical Nurse Specialist II NUR 620 Adult Health Clinical Nurse Specialist Practicum II NUR 658 Adult Health Clinical Nurse Specialist Practicum III: Clinical Synthesis Family Nurse Practitioner Option NUR 611 Primary Care of the Young Family NUR 613 Primary Care of the Young Family Practicum NUR 622 Primary Care of the Aging Family NUR 623 Primary Care of the Aging Family Practicum NUR 657 FNP Practicum: Clinical Synthesis 3. Electives (only in Clinical Nurse Specialist Option) Two credits from Nursing or other fields of study. Master of Science, Nursing (45 credits) Students select either the Clinical Nurse Specialist (Adult Health or Critical Care Nursing) or Family Nurse Practitioner option. Full-time study requires six semesters; part-time study options are available. Unconditional Admission Requirements 1. Graduation from an accredited baccalaureate program in nursing. 2. Evidence of current registered nurse licensure. 3. Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0/ Personal interview with a graduate program faculty advisor. 5. Basic physical assessment course. 6. Introductory Statistics course (within five years prior to admission). 7. Criminal background check clearance (Information about testing to be obtained through School of Nursing.) An applicant who does not meet one or more of the requirements may be considered for conditional admission status. Special Graduation Requirements Final graduation grade point average of a B or better on the approved Plan of Study. Minimum grade of B in all core or specialty required nursing courses. 1. Advanced Practice Nursing Core Courses NUR 500 Theoretical Constructs in Nursing NUR 501 Foundations of Advanced Practice Nursing NUR 502 Pharmacotherapeutics in Advanced Practice Nursing NUR 503 Advanced Health Assessment NUR 505 Sociocultural Influences on Health NUR 507 Physiologic Concepts for Advanced Practice Nursing NUR 510 Nursing Research NUR 511 NUR 527 NUR 655 NUR 656 Concepts and Applications of Health Promotion for Advanced Practice Nursing Ethics for Advanced Practice Nursing Seminar in Advanced Practice Nursing Health Care Organization, Policy and Economics 2. Specialty Courses Clinical Nurse Specialist Option Choose A or B A. Critical Care Nursing NUR 602 Critical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist I NUR 603 Critical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist Practicum I NUR 630 Critical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist II NUR 635 Critical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist Practicum II NUR 659 Critical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist Practicum III: Clinical Synthesis B. Adult Health Nursing NUR 600 Adult Health Clinical Nurse Specialist I NUR 601 Adult Health Clinical Nurse Specialist Practicum I NUR 618 Adult Health Clinical Nurse Specialist II NUR 620 Adult Health Clinical Nurse Specialist Practicum II NUR 658 Adult Health Clinical Nurse Specialist Practicum III: Clinical Synthesis Family Nurse Practitioner Option NUR 611 Primary Care of the Young Family NUR 613 Primary Care of the Young Family Practicum NUR 622 Primary Care of the Aging Family NUR 623 Primary Care of the Aging Family Practicum NUR 657 FNP Practicum: Clinical Synthesis 3. Electives (only in Clinical Nurse Specialist Option) Family Nurse Practitioner Post- Master s Certificate Program Purpose: The purpose of the Family Nurse Practitioner Certificate Program at Purdue University Calumet is to increase the numbers of family nurse practitioners prepared to provide primary care. Primary care is currently undergoing a period of expansion in order to meet the increasing healthcare needs of our nation s citizens. The post-master s certificate program at Purdue University Calumet exists to address the need for increased numbers of primary care providers. The target audience for this program includes master's prepared nurses that are interested in becoming family nurse practitioners.

11 Admission Requirements for the Family Nurse Practitioner Certificate Program The admission process for the Family Nurse Practitioner Certificate Program will parallel that for students seeking a Master s Degree in Nursing. Specific requirements are: 1. Master s degree in nursing from an accredited institution or admission and enrollment in a masters degree program in nursing. 2. Minimum graduate GPA of 3.0/4.0 with the possibility of conditional admission for applicants who do not meet this requirement. 3. Minimum TOEFL score of 550 for applicants whose native language is not English, with the possibility of allowing exceptions, including substitution of alternate criteria. 4. Evidence of current registered nurse licensure. 5. A minimum of one year or 1500 hours of experience as a registered nurse. 6. A personal interview with a graduate program faculty advisor. 7. Criminal background check clearance (Information about testing to be obtained through School of Nursing.) Completion Requirements for the Family Nurse Practitioner Certificate Program Credit Hour Requirements: The certificate requires students to complete 27 credit hours consisting of the following courses. NUR 502 Pharmacotherapeutics for Advanced Practice Nursing* (3 credits) NUR 503 Advanced Health Assessment* (3 credits) NUR 507 Physiologic Concepts for Advanced Practice Nursing* (4 credits) NUR 511 Concepts and Applications of Health Promotion for Advanced Practice Nursing* (3 credits) NUR 611 Primary Care of the Young Family (3 credits) NUR 613 Primary Care of the Young Family Practicum (3 credits) NUR 622 Primary Care of the Aging Family (3 credits) NUR 623 Primary Care of the Aging Family Practicum (3 credits) NUR 657 FNP Practicum: Clinical Synthesis (2 credits) *may be waived if student has taken a comparable course at Purdue University Calumet or another accredited nursing program within 3 years prior to application to this program. beginning faculty; and providing faculty who wish to acquire formal academic preparation in teaching the means to do so. The target audience for this program consists of master s students and master's prepared advanced practice nurses, as well as faculty interested in continuing their formal education in teaching. Admission Requirements The admission process for the Certificate in Nursing Education parallels that for students seeking a Master s Degree in Nursing. Specific requirements are: 1. Master s degree in nursing from an accredited institution or admission and enrollment in a masters degree program in nursing. 2. Minimum graduate GPA of 3.0/4.0 with the possibility of conditional admission for applicants who do not meet this requirement. 3. Minimum TOEFL score of 550 for applicants whose native language is not English, with the possibility of allowing exceptions, including substitution of alternate criteria. 4. Evidence of current registered nurse licensure. 5. A personal interview with a graduate program faculty advisor. 6. Criminal background check clearance (Information about testing to be obtained through School of Nursing.) Credit Hour Requirements: The certificate requires students to complete 10 credit hours consisting of the following existing courses: EDCI 571 Introduction to Instructional Technology (3 credits, pattern) or EDCI 572 Introduction to Instructional Development and Communication (3 credits) NUR 660 Curriculum Development in Nursing (3 credits, pattern) NUR 662 Teaching Strategies for Nursing (4 credits, pattern) Post-Master s Certificate in Nursing Education Purpose The purpose of the Post-Master's Certificate in Nursing Education Program at Purdue University Calumet is to increase the numbers of nurse educators and improve the quality of nursing education. This purpose is accomplished by: providing knowledge and experience in curriculum development; teaching methods to enable qualified master's prepared nurses to assume the role of 141

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